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PRINCE OF tV M Ks's BIRTH-DAY

PRINCE OF tV M Ks's BIRTH-DAY

PRINCE OF BIRTH-DAY A very gay and elegant/tV<j c/iann/(fre was given on Tuesday last, in iionp .r His Royal birthday, Colonel of the Royal North Gloucester Militia.—Thb scene of festivity took place on the lower battery at Sand-gate, where several tents were pitched, in which ne
August 19, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Sunday and Tuesday's Posts.

Sunday and Tuesday's Posts.

LONDON. The Baltic outward bound fleet, pursuance of orders from the Admiralty, failed from Yarmouth under convoy. It is not to be inferred from this circumftance, that Government has yet received any intelligence of the ltate o our affairs the Court of Copenhagen, in confequenc
August 22, 1800 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Mr. WRIGHTS STATEMENT,

Mr. WRIGHTS STATEMENT,

REPLY TO THE ABOVI. " Whoever is acquainted with the mi/cre. ant calling himfelf I'eter Pindar, needs not be informed, that his difregard and hatred to truth are habitual* will not, therefore, be furprifed to learn, that the account this Peter has publilhed of the affair the inf
August 30, 1800 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
THURSDAY'S MAIL.

THURSDAY'S MAIL.

LONDON, VIDNEJDAY. . Yefterday, during the fitting of the Cabinet Council, were received from hit Majelly's MiniUer Plenipotentiary at Vitnni. They ■re dated upon the sth inft. So late that date, notice had been given bv General Moieau of re-commencement but thit Is the only cir
August 30, 1800 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
Sunday and Tuesday's Mails.

Sunday and Tuesday's Mails.

BOUSE OF COMMONS, WEDNESDAY. Jit. Jones, luppurted by Mr. and Mr. TitHNEV, moved f»r variety of papers rela ive to the late convention and infraction of it in Egv t ->t, charging the murders and which were the of not fuffering the French to evacuate the country, as firft agreed
August 2, 1800 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
POSTSCRIPT.

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London, Thurfday Evening. Stocks tow-day l Cent. Conijis —Omnium A Hamburgh mail, that due 00 arrived late Jail night. " A Proclamation bat been Vieftn* to guard the people defpondeijcy and relation their efforts, and to encourage them unanimity and His Imperial Majelfy," it lay
August 2, 1800 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
CARBONIC TOOTH-POWDER Or, VEGETABLE DENTIFRICE II,S admirabidbcntitncc is *- trom ill other rreparaiinus l!ftkindTy|, in prevemiuß thole contiguous which turm

CARBONIC TOOTH-POWDER Or, VEGETABLE DENTIFRICE II,S admirabidbcntitncc is *- trom ill other rreparaiinus l!ftkindTy|, in prevemiuß thole contiguous which turm

attended .m accumulation fnrtld mutter Ivvci icndrrncfs, fie.]ucu« bleeding ami ulceration u/tht which Ic.tlmg the has been the on.y renteivlSSJ* l "o»;n: The prupn. lor. .her,-,ore. „• ,h<- C.,rton!t' I oiler, the public srmin premise iuorullrjtioiis. cniilcjutrnily tor the pa,
August 21, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
MARRIED. John Foord Nailh. efq; of Warwick, Mifs Agnes Gumming.—B. S. Heaton, prefent High Agnes Gumming.—B. S. Heaton.efq; high bailiff

MARRIED. John Foord Nailh. efq; of Warwick, Mifs Agnes Gumming.—B. S. Heaton, prefent High Agnes Gumming.—B. S. Heaton.efq; high bailiff

Birmingham, Mifs Colley, of F.dgbaflon. DIED. Liverpool, aged 79, Mrs. Steers, reli«£l Alderman S. Steers. Suddenly, Mrs. C. Monkins, of Stourbridge.—Mrs. Erikine, of the Holmes. daughter of the lion. Thomas Erikinc, M.P. PREFF.RRED. Major Munro, colonel of marines; Capt. Winter
August 14, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Sydney-Gardens Vauxhall, Hath. T HOLLO WAY mo rcfpcftfully informs • the Nubility and Gentry* the J'ublick Tea and Even in*

Sydney-Gardens Vauxhall, Hath. T HOLLO WAY mo rcfpcftfully informs • the Nubility and Gentry* the J'ublick Tea and Even in*

'Promenade Are continued e,cr, THURSDAY, Attended with Mufick.—Admittance It. Tea-6d. WILTS. ANNUAL VENISON FEASTS will A be the DEAR INN. DEVI 'Wednesday Augull 20* and the SWAN BRADFORD, Thurfday Augufl 21. CHEAP HABERDASHERY, HOSIERY, and LACE WAREHOUSE, No. I, BATH-STREET, o
August 14, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
POSTSCRIPT

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LONDON. AUG. 3. THERK has b'-”r, report, that Preliminarics Peace had been figned the »ath. There dies not appear to any foundation for iris rumour. Tliefe preliminaries nwft have figsedat Paris, there Ire nMneiators elfew erc Wcondud important affair. fry much doubted, even ii-
August 7, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England